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Japan’s biggest mobile phone operator, NTT Docomo, has joined Avanci’s marketplace for the licensing of patents covering ‘internet of things’ technologies.
Andrew Cheslock has joined Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney as counsel, after spending more than a decade at Foley & Lardner.
After Canada yesterday became the second country to legalise the sale of recreational cannabis (after Uruguay), a report has revealed a lack of patenting activity in the area so far.
The US Federal Trade Commission and semiconductor company Qualcomm are at loggerheads over the inclusion of post-discovery evidence in their dispute, according to a recent filing.
The US International Trade Commission yesterday announced that it has launched an investigation into Apple and HTC following a patent complaint.
Philadelphia-based law firm Cozen O’Connor has bulked up its Washington, DC office by hiring Thomas Fisher as a first-chair patent litigator.
Miller Canfield has added two principals from Freeborn & Peters to its Chicago office.
China and Japan are expected to create a new framework to protect IP, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.
The US Senate has passed a bill seeking to extend the US Patent and Trademark Office’s ability to set its own fees.
Nokia has defended Qualcomm in its standard-essential patent (SEP) dispute with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which has also responded to Nokia’s arguments.
Henry Goh & Co Sdn Bhd Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei
Dr. Helen G. Papaconstantinou and Partners Greece
HSM IP Caribbean, EU, Central America, Latin America, South America
Patentbüro Paul Rosenich AG Europe, Switzerland, Liechtenstein
Zovicova & Zovic IP, s.r.o. Slovak Republic
Patpol – European and Polish Patent Attorneys Poland
Peksung Intellectual Property Ltd. China
Barger, Piso & Partner Austria
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